Slip Reservation

Rates range from $19 to $44 per foot based on boat length or slip length (whichever is longer). Water and garbage service are included and electricity is based on current price per kilowatt from San Diego Gas & Electric. Deposits include one month’s slip fee, $50 per gate key and $25 per parking key.

Contact us with your specific dates and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs. With plenty of advanced notice, it shouldn’t be a problem.


To reserve a temporary slip:

  • Print and complete the Moorage Agreement
  • Include copies of: registration/documentation, insurance $500 min & a picture of your boat
  • Fax 619.222.0233 or email to spollack@konakaimarina.com
  • Call 619.224.7547 to confirm availability


To reserve a permanent slip:

  • Print and complete the Moorage Agreement
  • Print and complete the Credit Check
  • Include copies of: registration/documentation, insurance $500 min & a picture of your boat
  • Fax 619.222.0233 or email to spollack@konakaimarina.com
  • Call 619.224.7547 to confirm availability

 

 

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